At a time when protectionism is on the rise, and with EU Member States increasingly calling for stronger powers to address the impact of foreign subsidies across the EU, the European Commission has published a White Paper on levelling the playing field as regards foreign subsidies. This six part LinkingCompetition blog series is designed to guide you through the impact that the broad powers proposed in the White Paper are expected to have on the existing frameworks for EU antitrust, merger control, foreign investment control, trade, state aid and procurement.
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